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  2. THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the chair yesterday, at 2.30 p.m. Mr. Edwards (Q.) presented a petition from Queensland arrowroot and cornflour ...

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  3. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the chair at 4,32 p.m. yesterday QUESTIONS. Mr. Swinburne, in reply to Mr, Mc-Kenzie ...

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  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENGS

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  5. A STRANGER IN THE CAMP

    Bridge street, about the Chinese quarters. presented a sens of wild commotion at 9.30 o clock last night. Loud cries of "Murder!" were hoard from[?] distance around and ...

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  6. THE NEW COMET

    The Government' Astronomer at Perth reports that the cement described by M. F[?]iion was visible early on Tuesday morning. At present the tails are not ...

    Article : 289 words
  7. GOLF.

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  8. SILVER CITY CUP.

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  9. FOOTBALL.

    About 3000 people watched the game in the Upper Reserve yesterday afternoon between the old and keen rivals, Eaglehawk and South Bendigo That both teams realised the [?] ...

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  10. THE TARIFF COMMISSION

    The final meeting of the Tariff Commission was held yesterday (relates our Melbourne correspondent) Reports were adopted summarising the history, proceedings and ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. WORK AND WAGES

    The State Arbilration. Court delivered its award jo-day in the matter of the she as The chief feature of the award is that while the weight of evidence for ...

    Article : 651 words
  12. TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME.

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  13. CHARGED WITH INFANTICIDE

    Sarah Currie, the young married woman who was arrested at a Melbourne coffee palace on a charge of having wilfully murdered her nearly born infant child, was yesterday admitted to ...

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  14. ABOUT PEOPLE

    Mr. F. Illingworth, chairman of committees in the Westralian Parliament (formerly a Bendigonian and an M.L.C.), intends, to resign office at an curly date, owing to ill-health. ...

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  17. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  18. WAGES OF IRON WORKERS' ASSISTANTS.

    In the State Arbitration Court to-day all application that the iron workers' assistants' award should be made a common rule was preferred by the union. While evidence Was being ...

    Article : 123 words
  19. EAGLEHAWK RIFLE CLUB.

    The Eaglechawk Club held is annual meeting on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance. The club now has 58 members on the [?]ll. The [?] report showed that ...

    Article : 253 words
  20. KALGOORLIE WAGES.

    All fears of a strike taking place amongst the minus at Kalgoorlie have row been set at rest, the men having decided, by ballot, with a six to one majority. in favor of the ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. DRAUGHT STOCK.

    Messrs. Campbell and Sons annual horse sale was continued at the City Horse Bazaar. North Melbourne, to-day. when the principal lots disposed of were as follows:--Draught ...

    Article : 158 words
  22. SIZE OF CORNSACKS.

    Legislation for the [?] of the size of cornsacks was urged yesterday by a deputation from the Stevedores Laborers Defence Association which waited on the Minister for ...

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  23. THE SENATE.

    The President took the chair at 3 p.m. Senator Best announced the resignation of Sir John Forrest, and the consequent ...

    Article : 532 words
  24. LONG GULLY v. CALIFORNIA GULLY.

    The match between the above team. was played on the North Bendigo Cricket Ground, which was not in the best condition after the rains, the centre of the ground being very ...

    Article : 854 words
  25. BILL RELATING TO RAILWAYS.

    Mr. Swinburne moved the second reading of a bill to amend laws resleting to the railways. The measure proposes the creation of a railway accident and fire insurance funds which ...

    Article : 211 words
  26. PEDESTRIANISM.

    A very successful cross-country run of the barriers look place yesterday afternoon, starling from the Lake Weeroonheat [?] The pack was started at half-past four, S. Lait ...

    Article : 136 words
  27. COUNTRY NEWS

    A disturbance at the football match on Wednesday last was r[?] for a police court case to-day, when W. McNaught was charged will using insulting language to Jas. Taylor. ...

    Article : 150 words
  28. EAGLEHAWK HARRIERS.

    The Eaglehawk Harriers had a good number of young runners out for cress-country spin yesterday The pack, led by G. Collins' with S. Rankin whip. traverl about 8 miles. Good ...

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  29. SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION.

    The Minister for Defence fully recognises the desirability of establishing within the Commonwealth works for the manufacture of small arms and ammunition. ...

    Article : 159 words
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  32. OBITUARY.

    We (Port Faily Gazette) regret to record the death of Mr. H. J. Stedman, at his son's residence at the Port Fairy railway station on Friday morning last, at the ripe age of 78 ...

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  33. INTERSTATE.

    ADELAIDE,Wednesday--At the half-yearly meeting of the A[?]Steam Tug Co. Ltd. to- day, it was reported that the company was not likely to make any profit out of the raising ...

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  35. RECORDS OF SUFFERING

    of Chewten named John Currie was yesterday thrown from a buggy owing to the horse shying. For two hors he was uncommeious, and while in that condition his little daughter ...

    Article : 115 words
  36. CANADIAN LACROSSE TEAM.

    ADELAIDE Wednesday.--The Canadian [?] team arrived from Melbourne this morning, and were enthusiastically received the Canadians were welcomed by the Mayor ...

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  37. EAGLEHAWK

    Another candidate is in the field for municipal honors. Mr. H. L. Raiph, who on a previous occasion contested an election, in this [?] announces his candiature. He will give ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. A NEW ZEALAND LOAN

    WELINGTON, Wednesday,-- The PremierSir Joseph Ward, announced in the House of Representatives last night has [?] of the proposed new loan of £1,000,000 could be abtained ...

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